Friday, November 01, 2013

Is Your Dog Food Safe? #DiamondNaturals GIVEAWAY!

No matter what we choose to feed our pets, it must be safe and we must trust in the brand we use.  Recalls seem to pop up on a regular basis these days, however that just means more people are paying attention, and caring.  We all learn from our mistakes and recalls are no different.  They have helped to make the entire pet food industry more accountable, more aware, and yes, safer.  And, that makes for happy dogs of all shapes and sizes...

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Diamond Pet Foods, a family owned and privately held company, only makes products they would be proud to feed their own pets.  Founded in 1970, their mission is to provide the highest quality dog food at affordable prices.  This includes providing grain free dog food at a price the general public can afford.    
"At Diamond Pet Foods, nothing is more important to us than the safety of our products.  By continuously improving performance with the latest advancements in science and technology, Diamond Pet Foods has developed a comprehensive food safety program."
Diamond Pet Foods is currently produced in four state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in the United States: company headquarters in Meta, MO, and additional plants in Gaston, SC; Lathrop, CA; and Ripon, CA.

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Only the latest technology and manufacturing processes are implemented at Diamond Pet Foods facilities.  Each and every step is carefully monitored, tracked and measured to ensure the highest quality and safety of every product made.  In fact, no product is released into distribution without first adhering to the strict standards of Diamond Naturals' Test and Hold Program, in which an independent laboratory conducts product tests.  Samples are collected on an hourly basis, and every sample is kept for the time equal to the guaranteed shelf life of the product (typically 12 months).  These strict standards are designed to ensure your pet is eating healthy dog food from Diamond Naturals at all times.

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Leading-edge manufacturing technologies have been incorporated into all of the Diamond Pet Foods plants to ensure a safe, high quality product is produced.  This includes equipping each production area with HEPA-filtered and ozone air-treated handling units, which ensure clean air is utilized in segregated zones.

You can learn more about Diamond Naturals Grain Free dog food on their website, on their Facebook page, or by following them on Twitter, @DiamondPet_DNGF.

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Now for a pawsitively awesome giveaway!  Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter to win an amazing gift basket from Lapdog Creations, courtesy of Diamond Naturals.  Be sure to note that some of the entries are mandatory, and others can be completed once a day for extra entries!  The gift basket will include:

◾28lb bag of Diamond Naturals Grain-Free (formula of winner's choice)
◾Box of Dogs on a Beach note cards
◾Dog bone shaped paper clips
◾Decorative sign
◾2014 Dogs & Puppies calendar
◾$40 Visa gift card

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This post is sponsored by Diamond Naturals on behalf of the BlogPaws Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Diamond Naturals Grain Free dog food, but Lapdog Creations only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Diamond Naturals is not responsible for the content of this article.

30 comments:

lennyg said...

Just started to feed grain free all the time.

Sue said...

I have a herd of dogs here telling me to sign up.

Mallory H. said...

Yes, we have been feeding grain free for a few years now :)

Sue said...

We don't feed grain free. My pack are all grazers and have no food allergies.

Kellie's Camera said...

NO we haven't tried it but would love to!

Tanya said...

Love grain free and Diamond Naturals! Great review Nichole.

Jo's World said...

We have started feeding grain free (Diamond Naturals ) and we love it. Our Stella is a pudgy girl and seems to be getting a bit more shapely as she dines on grain free!

We won't go back.

Jo, Stella and Zkhat

Paola Zuccaro said...

I've never fed my dog grain-free food but I would love to try!

Thanks for the chance!

LynnIL said...

First, I love seeing and reading about your dogs. Second, my dog has not been fed food that does not contain grain. However, my horse is a bit hefty and he gets NO grain. Ha!
Lynn

Anonymous said...

Haven't tried it yet!!!

Ruby said...

Oh, that sounds great! I told Ma that she needed to enter me or I would bite her in the hinnie....so here she is! BOL
Kisses,
Ruby ♥

GizmoGeodog said...

We've been feeding grain-free for 3 years now and it's made a huge difference

Spencer the Goldendoodle said...

No, I haven't tired any, but would love to win and try some!!!

Tenacious Terrier said...

We used to feed grain-free (when Mr. N still ate kibble) and our foster eats grain-free now.

tannawings said...

No I havent ever tried the grain free varities but would love to try it and see if it makes my dog feel better.

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LhasaLuma said...

I use a food with grains, but have been looking into grain free options. Thank you for the giveaway and info!

Cálaeb Temple said...

no, i have not!

Jenna Z said...

I have one dog that requires grain-free due to her ear infections and skin allergies.

618mom said...

We have not tried grain free yet

cdmtx said...

i just found your Blog :) i never tried grain free but i maybe i should because YoYo got very dry skin and is scratching a lot ..... thank you for the chance!

Maria Pollock said...

I have slowly been switching my dog over to a healthier diet, but haven't tried grain-free yet.

♡♥♬ Carolsue ♡♥♬ said...

I have been using grain free food for awhile now on the recommendation on my vet.
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Mami2jcn said...

I haven't given my dog grain free food yet.

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Ashley said...

I currently feed my dogs a grain free diet.

Emily Reviews said...

We do currently feed grain free as my dogs seem to have allergies to grains.

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karine123 said...

No, I'd like to try it!

Rebecca said...

I haven't fed my dog grain free but am interested in doing so once our current food runs out

Anonymous said...

We have always looked for food that is low in grain, if not grain-free.

Tabathia said...

No we have never tried it

Amy Orvin said...

No, I have never fed my dogs grain free food before.

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